Dating ipod nano
And some of us still like to have a separate i Pod touch (for mobile entertainment) and i Phone (for work and social co-ordination), so that we can burn through music and films and games without worrying about running out of battery and being cut adrift.The i Pod touch is also the i Pod that's has seen a meaningful update most recently: July 2015.
And what’s more, you really can’t beat its .99 price tag.
It features a stainless steel buckle that won’t perish up against your sweaty wrist, and it comes in a selection of colors. What does that price say about the Loop’s design and build quality? The Loop succeeds in its mission to be a stylish wristband that adds very little bulk to your i Pod nano.
It’s lightweight, with no noticeable weight difference whatsoever, and its silicon design makes it incredibly comfortable.
One other disadvantage of silicone is that it does attract dust and dirt, so you’ll have to run it under the faucet every so often (obviously without your i Pod inside) to clean it.
The Loop is a really terrific wristband for the i Pod nano, and I would definitely recommend you check it out if you’re looking for a lightweight solution that’s simple, stylish, and robust.